provided by North American Flora
Inocybe curreyi (Berk.) Sacc. Syll. Fung. 5: 775. 1887
Agaricus (Hebeloma) Curreyi Berk. Outl. Brit, Fungol. 155. 1860.
Pileus rather thin, irregularly convex-campanulate, obtuse, not umbonate, often gibbous, 2-4 cm. broad; surface innately fibrillose at length rimose, pale-tawny-yellowish; margin usually wavy; context white; lamellae slightly adnexed, rather broad and rounded behind, close, 259
becoming smoky-olivaceous, the edges white-fimbriate; stipe tapering upward from a subclavate base, not bulbous, solid, subfibrillose, glabrescent, whitish at first, furfuraceousscaly at the apex, 2-4 cm. long, 2-4 mm. thick; spores subreniform, ellipsoid, obtuse at both ends, smooth, 7-9.5 X 5-5.5 m; cystidia none; sterile cells clavatesaccate, on the edges of the lamellae.
Type locauty; England.
Habitat: On the ground in low woods.
Distribution: Michigan; also in Europe.
- bibliographic citation
- William Alphonso Murrill, Calvin Henry Kauffman, Lee Oras Overholts. 1924. (AGARICALES); AGARICACEAE (pars); AGARICEAE (pars), INOCYBE, PHOLIOTA. North American flora. vol 10(4). New York Botanical Garden, New York, NY